More than 100 years of mining left Snowshoe and Kelly lakes with just a fraction of their natural watershed.
The Duluth Police Department and St. Louis County Rescue recovered the body from the slip at approximately 3 p.m. on Friday.
Steven Bystedt and Carrie Lee Heikkila resided at 414 W. First St. and reported that prior to 2014, when Maurices began construction of a new corporate headquarters, they enjoyed a view of the harbor in a quiet home with a sense of privacy.
A federal judge sharply reduced Shannon Miller's monetary award. But UMD's total liability has increased with the addition of fees and interest.
LeMay, who was struck by a minivan while crossing London Road more than a month ago, has recovered to the point where he returned home Wednesday.
An uptick in reported cases of a fungal infection has prompted the Minnesota Department of Health to issue an advisory to health providers across the state.
A criminal complaint filed Friday revealed information about events surrounding the Labor Day shooting of a Maple, Wis. man.
As the city of Duluth seeks to address a housing shortage, it’s considering a proposal that would allow homes to get smaller.
Ontario-based Heliene Inc. is asking for $600,000 from the Department of Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation to automate one of its manufacturing processes and hire 15 more employees.
The city’s earned sick and safe time ordinance is slated to take effect at the start of next year.
Billed as net-zero in terms of energy and catching to the eye, the new $19M St. Louis County Government Services Center caters to residents throughout the eastern part of the Iron Range.
Northland Allies, a new group embracing the LGBTQ community, hit the ground running over Labor Day weekend.
The Hawks had a 27-12 bruising victory over the Lumberjacks at Corey Veech Field.
Just seconds after the top two men finished the Minnesota Mile on Friday on Skyline Parkway in Duluth, women’s champion Erin Teschuk came across the line not far behind.
St. Scholastica rallied from a 19-point deficit to defeat Mayville State 42-35 in their season opener Saturday at Malosky Stadium.
Even with a wealth of public land in the Northland, WMAs still get heavy use by hunters, hikers and birdwatchers.
Fewer complaints from gardeners, and fewer crashes with cars, show deer numbers have dropped.
Minnesota and Wisconsin small game and archery deer hunting seasons start Saturday, Sept. 14, the first big movement of hunters into the woods for autumn.